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July 2007

 

The Power of Zombies- by JCYJ
 
I’ve been playing Yu-Gi-Oh for a few years and I love it. Through the years I’ve had many decks but lately I’ve been using a Zombie deck. Zombies are very powerful because of their ability to return from the graveyard many times. Here is my Zombie Deck:
 
Total Cards: 43
Monsters: 20
 
Vampire Lord x2
Soul-Absorbing Bone Tower
Vampire Genesis
Master Kyonshee
Ryu Kokki
The 13th grave
The Kick Man
Reborn Zombie
Double Coston
Mystic Tomato x2
Sangan
Chopman The Desperate Outlaw
Pyramid Turtle x2
Despair From The Dark
Vampire Lady
Regenerating Mummy
Dragon Zombie
 
Spells: 14
 
Card of Safe Return
Brain Control
Mystic Plasma Zone x2
Book of Life x2
Tribute To the Doomed
Hammer Shot
Sword of Dark Destruction
Malevolent Nuzzler
Swords of Revealing Light
Mystical Space Typhoon
Premature Burial
Call of the Mummy
 
Traps: 9
 
Tutan Mask x2
Chain burst
Call of the Haunted
Dust Tornado
Sakuretsu Armor
Magic Jammer
Torrential Tribute
Shadow Spell
 
You See by having two Mystic Plasma Zones you have a higher chance of drawing one and thus increase the power of your zombies (which will cause most of the 4 level zombies to grow to over 2000 ATK points). The trap cards are mostly to protect your monsters and destroy your opponents. Magic card are use to revive your zombies and destroy trap, magic, and monster card on your opponent’s field. Since there are two Mystic Tomatoes,  and two Pyramid Turtles, Cards of save Return is perfect so that you can draw more cards. If your opponent summons a very powerful monster you will have a hard time destroying it and thus you can use Brain Control, Hammer Shot, or Torrential Tribute (which destroys all monster card on the field, but don’t worry because you’re zombies will be back). All of these cards help to always have a monster card on the field and in your hand. Using the effects of Vampire Lord and Vampire Lady you slowly destroy you’re opponent’s Deck. As you can see Zombies are really powerful because you can summon them back, but remember that you have to have strategy because if you don’t… well then you’re deck is useless no matter how powerful it is.
 
If you have any comments or questions email me at jyjj@yahoo.com.
 

 


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